Lack of cohesive European policy to support hydrogen trucks risks zero-emission transition, says H2Accelerate

The H2Accelerate collaboration has warned that a “lack of cohesive” European policy to support the deployment of hydrogen trucking risks an “uncoordinated and delayed” transition to zero-emissions solutions.

In a policy position paper revealed today (June 26), the group made up of Linde, Shell, Total Energies, Daimler Truck, Iveco Group and Volvo Group raised concerns that policies developed in isolation from one another were leading to “inconsistent measures being take to achieve the same goal.”

“It is the belief of H2Accelerate members that targets for hydrogen production, refuelling infrastructure and end use must be equally ambitious in order to secure offtake and supply of hydrogen,” the paper reads.

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